9 New Episodes of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks to Air in 2016

David Lynch just announced on Twit­ter this morn­ing, “Dear Twit­ter Friends… it is hap­pen­ing again.

He’s refer­ring to the revival of his ear­ly 1990s cult clas­sic show, Twin Peaks, on Show­time in 2016.

Show­time’s Youtube Chan­nel adds this detail:

The ground­break­ing tele­vi­sion phe­nom­e­non, Gold­en Globe® and Peabody Award-win­ner TWIN PEAKS will return as a new lim­it­ed series on SHOWTIME in 2016. Series cre­ators and exec­u­tive pro­duc­ers David Lynch and Mark Frost will write and pro­duce all nine episodes of the lim­it­ed series, and Lynch will direct every episode. Set in the present day, TWIN PEAKS will con­tin­ue the lore of the orig­i­nal series, pro­vid­ing long-await­ed answers and a sat­is­fy­ing con­clu­sion for the series’ pas­sion­ate fan base.

Accord­ing to the fan site Wel­come­toTwin­Peaks, David Lynch and Mark Frost are “try­ing to bring back as much of the orig­i­nal cast as pos­si­ble, with Kyle MacLach­lan def­i­nite­ly on board repris­ing his role as Spe­cial Agent Dale Coop­er. Com­pos­er Ange­lo Badala­men­ti and Emmy Award-win­ning edi­tor Duwayne Dun­ham will like­ly be involved as well.” You can rest assured that Wel­come­toTwin­Peaks will keep you post­ed on new details as they come to light.

In the mean­time, the orig­i­nal Twin Peaks series was re-issued on blu-ray this sum­mer. And US-based view­ers can watch the orig­i­nal series for free on Hulu.

via Bib­liok­lept

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